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Unformatted text preview: (between cam and flywheel, and the motor shaft), spring, pin (holding the Follower motion follower), bearings (on cam shaft), welds (on base), bolts, and jacking screws. f. Calculate the factors of safety for all parts in the design. b) Use a computer program to perform kinematic analysis of the different parts to ensure it suitable for the desired range of motion. c) Use a computer program such as Pro-E to analyze you structure vis-à-vis stresses and strengths and compare to the results you obtained in part (a). BONUS: Construct a scaled version of your product Notes: • State all your assumptions including what tensile specimens (material and size) you are designing for. • You do not have to analyze anything that you were not taught in class (i.e., worm gears, bearings, etc.). To deal with these issues, you can over-design them....
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- Fall '09
- Machine Design